Fear as a catalyst for change

“Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.” -William James US Pragmatist philosopher & psychologist (1842 – 1910)

Any fear perceived is only a fraction of yourself in wholeness. in your totality, you are of greater substance than anyone fragments of fear standing close. So whats holding you back from excelling towards the life you always wanted? And how can you truly get what you truly want out of this lifetime?

These questions form the foundation for our inner drive, or energy needed, to generate in the direction of greatest fulfillment. Everyone wants this for themselves. So how can you reach it?  There are many teachers, healers, scientist and spiritual people who have developed, explored, invented, captured and experienced ways to achieve just this, yet so many in our world are not able to reach it, or two, even know they have a choice. I believe a big reason why we cant reach our potential is that we are conditioned by unconscious beliefs held within our DNA to believe that living in fear is the only way and at the same time its this fear that stops us time and time again.

What if these so-called “fears” actually reside in some way and from within the DNA? What if it sits somewhere in what has become known as residue or “junk DNA”.  Junk DNA remains a label for the portions of a genome sequence for which no discernible function has been identified and that through comparative genomics analysis appear under no functional constraint suggesting that the sequence itself has provided no adaptive advantage. Wikipedia.

There are major shifts in consciousness is happening and we alive here on planet Earth is the benefices of these changes taking place.  Research done back in early 2009 showed that the so-called junk DNA works very much by vibration linked to thoughts and words, a language using syntax as a way to store this information.  Science is also proving that fear is passed down through the genes of your ancestor’s initial experiences. So, for example, fear of spiders, snakes or of water set up DNA sequencing or code for us to be ‘fearful’ without a cause. In a recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in 2013 found that primates’ brains are uniquely tuned to recognize snakes, suggesting that we gained an innate fear of the reptiles over the course of our evolutionary development.

So what if your grandparents did the best they could, with what they had and you inherited these beliefs but don’t know you have them.  What if you took up that pen, wrote a best-seller, sailed around the world and allowed yourself to dream a new dream. Let go of the old mind and body traps, explore, discover, invent and create ways that push you from fear into been fearless. Surely you want to know that you are more than the sum of all your parts, and now we have so much more and we can achieve with so much insight and technology at our disposal we can become the masters of our destiny, we can help each other discover more about ourselves. re-righting our own DNA in a way that serves us. This we owe it to ourselves to reexamine old fear-based beliefs we hold onto (within the DNA) and allow the process of these newly accessed codes to help us change, not to remain the same.

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